Naked Man Driving 110 MPH on Alligator Alley Facing DUI Charge

A southwest Florida man was arrested on a DUI charge after authorities say he was caught driving 110 mph on Alligator Alley naked with three woman as his passengers.

Noe DeJesus, 33, is also facing a charge of driving without a valid driver's license following his arrest Saturday by the Florida Highway Patrol, the Naples Daily News reported.

DeJesus, of Lehigh Acres, posted $6,000 bond Sunday, jail records showed. It was unknown if he's hired an attorney.

According to the FHP, callers reported seeing a Cadillac driving recklessly and on and off the road near the middle of Alligator Alley, a highway spanning South Florida. An FHP trooper spotted the car a short time later as it traveled near Naples, an arrest report said.

The trooper estimated the car's speed at 110 mph and his radar said it was going 109, the report said.

When the trooper stopped the car, he saw DeJesus had no shirt on and there was an open 12-pack of Corona between the two front seats, the report said. When DeJesus opened his door, the trooper realized he was completely naked, the report said.

DeJesus smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes, the report said. He also stumbled and nearly fell, the report said.

The trooper found several empty beer bottles and a nearly empty bottle of Crown Royal whiskey, the report said.

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